# Ascii art pie chart

Your goal is to output an ASCII art pie chart. This is code-golf, so the shortest program (counting the bytes of the source code, not the characters) wins.

No external softwares or APIs are allowed. Only the native ones of each language.

The starting angle and the direction (clockwise/anticlockwise) of the circle are not important. The output can look oval because the height of a character is always superior to its width.

The "background" (characters at the left or the right of the pie) must be spaces.

As input, you have three variables (please post the code for initializing it. The initialization of these variables is not counted in your score) :

• k : Array of characters. Each character is the one which has to be used on the pie chart
• v : Array of floats. It's the percentage of each character. The length of v is equal to the length of k. The sum of it's elements is always 1.0
• r : Integer > 1. It's the radius of the pie chart.

Bonus : Subtract 20% of your score if your can output an incomplete pie (in case the $$\(\sum_{i=1}^{|v|} v_i)<1\$$).

# Python: 255 chars - 20% = 204

from math import*
def s(k,v,a):
if not v:return ' '
if a<v:return k
return s(k[1:],v[1:],a-v)
def p(k,v,r):
d=range(-r,r)
for y in d:
t=""
for x in d:
if x*x+y*y<r*r:
a=atan2(y,x)/pi/2+.5
t=t+s(k,v,a)
else:t=t+" "
print t


Examples:

>>> pie.p("ABCD", [0.25,0.125,0.125,0.125],8)

AAABBBB
AAAAABBBBBB
AAAAAABBBBBCC
AAAAAABBBBCCC
AAAAAAABBBCCCCC
AAAAAAABBCCCCCC
AAAAAAABCCCCCCC
DDDDDDDD
DDDDDD
DDDDD
DDDD
DD
D

>>>

>>> pie.p(".$!@", [0.3,0.3,0.3,0.1],6) .....$$......$$$
......$......$
......$@@@@@$$@@@@!!!$$$$@@@!!!!!$$$
@!!!!!!!!!$!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!! >>>  • This can be reduced to 231 bytes by replacing the function s with a lambda s=lambda k,v,a:' 'if not v else kif a<velse s(k[1:],v[1:],a-v) and using a semi-colon to put the if statement on one line if x*x+y*y<r*r:a=atan2(y,x)/pi/2+.5;t=t+s(k,v,a) – Anonymous No Lifer Jun 25 '16 at 11:07 ## JavaScript, 259 d=r*2;M=Math;R=M.round;p=[];for(y=0;y<d;y++){p[y]=[];for(x=0;x<d;x++)p[y][x]=" "}t=0;i=-1;for(f=0;f<1;f+=1/(r*20)){if(f>t)t+=v[++i];a=M.PI*2*f;for(j=0;j<r;j++)p[R(M.sin(a)*j)+r][R(M.cos(a)*j)+r]=k[i]}s="";for(y=0;y<d;y++){for(x=0;x<d;x++)s+=p[y][x];s+="\n";}s  Works in Firefox scratchpad. ## First example Input : var k = ["#", "+", "$",  "X"];
var v = [0.2, 0.4, 0.15, 0.25];
var r = 10;


Output :

       $$XXXX$$$$XXXXXX$$XXXXXXX
$$XXXXXXXX +$$$XXXXXXXXX ++$$XXXXXXXXX +++++$$$$XXXXXXXXXX ++++++$$$XXXXXXXXXX
+++++++XXXXXXXXXX
+++++++++XXXXXXXXXX
++++++++++#########
+++++++++++########
+++++++++++########
++++++++++#######
+++++++++++######
++++++++++#####
+++++++++####
++++++++###
+++++++


## Second example :

Input :

var k = ["A",  "B", "C" ];
var v = [0.5, 0.25, 0.25];
var r = 5;


Output :

   BBCCC
BBBCCCC
BBBBCCCCC
BBBBCCCCC
BBBBCCCCC
AAAAAAAAA
AAAAAAAAA
AAAAAAA
AAAAA